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Mon, Mar 4, 2024 10:00 am

Spring Flower Show

Ready to blast off into the cosmos? Olbrich’s Atrium becomes its own universe during our 2024 Spring Flower Show: Olbrich in Orbit! Join us on this intergalactic journey celebrating everything space and discover an infinite array of plant inspiration. Adults and children alike will delight in this creative first glimpse of spring.

Tue, Mar 5, 2024 10:00 am

Spring Flower Show

Ready to blast off into the cosmos? Olbrich’s Atrium becomes its own universe during our 2024 Spring Flower Show: Olbrich in Orbit! Join us on this intergalactic journey celebrating everything space and discover an infinite array of plant inspiration. Adults and children alike will delight in this creative first glimpse of spring.

Tue, Mar 5, 2024 All Day

ONLINE Perennial Plant Sale

Spring marks the beginning of a new cycle of seasons and would not be the same without Olbrich Gardens' annual Perennial Plant Sale! Curated plug trays are currently on sale, while individually potted perennials will go on sale April 16 at 10 a.m.

Tue, Mar 5, 2024 10:15 am

Little Sprouts: Story & Stroll

Little Sprouts programs are nature and literature-based early childhood programs designed to meet the multidimensional learning and developmental needs of children ages 2-5 years. Each class is designed for children to work side-by-side with their adult caregiver as they engage in hands-on, fun, age-appropriate experiences that support the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards. Little Sprouts Story & Stroll classes include a story, theme-related learning activities, and a stroll through the outdoor gardens or conservatory. Ages 2-5 with an adult; adult attends free.

Tue, Mar 5, 2024 5:30 pm

Understanding the Atmosphere: Severe Weather

Learn what conditions lead to severe weather and how atmospheric ingredients come together to produce it. Basics of instability, shear, atmospheric capping, and vorticity will be explained in order to provide an understanding of how thunderstorms work and how they produce tornados, hail, and strong straight-line winds. Previous enrollment in Weather Basics is suggested, but not required.